Environmental Health

The Hall County Environmental Health Department strives to accommodate those needing to conduct business with our department while balancing the need for public health awareness during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  We encourage our customers to complete and submit applications for Environmental Health services via email, fax, and/or mail.  Credit card payments are accepted over the phone.   Please contact our office at 770-531-3973 if you have any questions regarding the application or payment procedures. 

Individual septic record request - Send an email requesting a septic system record, including the subject property address to: environmental@hallcounty.org.  Please note: These types of requests may take up to 3 business days to complete.

Septic Repair Permit Application - Email completed applications to:  environmental@hallcounty.org

**Please note, that some services first require approval from other departments/agencies. You will need to contact other county/municipal departments for approval as appropriate prior to submitting applications to Environmental Health.  Please visit the Planning & Development webpage for building permit application process information at: https://www.hallcounty.org/150/Planning-Development

If you need to submit civil or commercial plans for review, please contact our office to discuss further. 

For information on COVID-19 testing and/or COVID-19 vaccines, please visit:  http://phdistrict2.org/

Environmental Health Programs

The Hall County Environmental Health Department is a section of the Georgia Department of Public Health. We are responsible for the following permit programs:

Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Applications for services and record searches can be taken or performed from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

View the following documents for more information:

Complaint Investigations

Please contact the Environmental Health Office at 770-531-3973 to file a complaint.

State Environmental Health Resources

The following can be found on the State of Georgia website:

  • Approved Sewage Products List:  Product Approvals
  • Certified Contractors List (under "Certified Lists"):  Septic/Pumping/Portable Contractors
  • Food Service
  • On-Site Sewage Management Systems
  • Public Swimming Pools
  • Certified Soil Classifiers List (under "Certified Lists"):  Soil Classifiers
  • Technical Manual for On-Site Sewage Management Systems
  • Tourist Accommodations
  • Training and CEU classes for Septic Contractors, Food Service Employees/Owners, and Pool/Spa Operators